Like a real-life Nancy Drew adventure, the mystery of Rupert Bunny's stolen painting, the Girl in the Sunlight, has finally been solved - right here in my hometown! Unsolved for over twenty years, the case was cracked just a few days ago, after a recent exhibition inspired a secret tip-off. Painted during the Belle Epoque, Girl in the Sunlight depicts a woman reading in a garden under a white parasol. The original owners are delighted to have found her again. Known for his beautiful impressionist scenes of ladies at leisure and nymphs at play in the Australian landscape, Bunny is one of my favourite Australian artists. Here are two of his best, A Summer Morning and Pastoral.